Solar Express 100

  • Virtex Ultrascale FPGA XCVU190-2FLGC2104E
  • x8 lanes PCIe Gen3 (Gen4 with soft core)
  • x2 lanes PCIe104 PCIe Gen3 connector
  • Up to 1600 Mbps LVDS signaling

Solar Express 120

Based on Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ family. Depending on the choice of Zynq device (XCZU7EV / XCZU7EG/ XCZU11EG / XCZU7CG in C1156 package) it can be used for video decoding/encoding, digital communication or image processing and AR/VR applications.

Solar Express 125

  • Xilinx XCZU7EV-2FFVC1156 MPSoC, with optional XCZU7CG, or XCZU7EG units instead;
  • QSFP+ Connector for 4 channel of 10GbE optic, or 40GbE
  • PCIe x8 Gen.4 with SMBus for PC connectivity and firmware upgrade;

Solar Express 200

An x8 Gen3 PCIe carrier housing 2 PolarFire FPGA SoM modules from Sundance DSP. PolarFire is the latest FPGA from Microsemi with many advanced features like low power, high security and powerful embedded hard IP cores including RISC processor and JSD204B.

Solar Express 215

SE215 is a development board for Sundance SOM3 . It is a PCIe x1 Gen2 carrier card with one site for an SOM3. It offers USB JTAG and UART, through a micro USB connector, Display port and comes with a version of Display port IP core for SOM3 from Bitec DSP.

Solar Express 216

SE216 is a development board for SOM3 . Offers 1 lane Gen2 PCIe and one site for an an SOM3. Includes USB JTAG and UART, through a micro USB connector, and a LPC FMC site. Many IOs are brought to header pins for easy access and debug.

Solar Express 217

SE217 is a PCIe development board for PolarBerry-SoM. It is a simpler version of the SE215 carrier and offers an X1 Gen2 PCIe interface. It includes USB JTAG and UART, through a micro USB connector. The card provides Power GOOD and user LEDs for rapid debugging. A Low Pin Count (LPC) FMC site is also available. The board has an external 12V power input connector so it can be used as an embedded / desktop solution. TJ45 and IO header pins are also onboard.

Solar Express 201

SE201 is designed for use in conjunction with SDSP’s SOM1 and SOM2 modules. It can be used for development purposes and can plug into a PC’s PCIe slot (powered through PCIe ) or used as a standalone board and powered from an AUX  power connector. An FMC slot, SFP+ module, SATA, USB, and other peripherals are available on the carrier card. Both SoM1-MPF-1 and SoM-MPF-2 slots accept SoM1-MPF500T modules, but as options can accept SoM1-MPF300T or SoM2-MPF300T modules with reduced functionality.